Bet you didn’t hear this when it was hot outside two summers ago:
Cold weather is just that — weather, which is defined by NASA as “conditions of the atmosphere…over a short period of time.”
According to most climate scientists, no weather condition can be linked to climate change.
How about these fudge words, slipped in so they can back track when they want to:
Just as the cold snap can’t necessarily be linked to climate by itself, neither can the unprecedented heat wave currently hitting Australia.
And finally, there’s this call for us all to get in line and start goose stepping again:
As world leaders attempt to craft climate policy, experts say, it’s important everyone be on the same page, or else the confusion could cause gridlock, and humans could continue to warm the globe at record levels.